Review: "Another Woman" - Airyen Vay
“Another Woman” is an anthemic banger inviting women to take their agency and embrace their individuality rather than getting overwhelmed and getting lost in the crowd. In this day and age, as we transition into growth, sometimes it can be daunting to break free from the stereotypes and assumptions that bog us down. People can be resistant to change, and when faced with that, it sucks to see how you can constantly be overlooked and disrespected simply for something that you can’t control. Vay’s stellar breakout single of 2023 acknowledges this but propels us forward to stand up and advocate for ourselves, especially when we can’t find the motivation to do so.
Vay’s stunning vocals carry the track to perfection, adding that delicious cherry on top that elevates the song from excellent to outstanding. Vay expertly manages her soundscapes to complement the ever-present beat of the drums with the sudden bass drops to add to the uplifting nature of the piece. Vay’s beautiful narrative ebbs and flows as the beat drops and comes back, over and over again. The polished production highlights the strength and power of Vay’s voice while blending the production and lyrics into a cohesive and dynamic soundscape that’s both immersive and engaging.
Airyen Vay is the epitome of a rising star. Vay was born in Botosani, a small town in northern Romania. Discovering her passion for music at a young age, she learned voice, piano, flute, and guitar. Determined to live out her dream of moving to the United States to be one of the best performers in the world, she moved to Los Angeles, where she’s currently based. Emphasizing topics like equality, freedom, human rights, and love, Vay is determined to speak to people’s hearts authentically and sincerely. Vay’s slow piano balanced with an upbeat tempo liberates and untangles all those complex feelings you see in being human and living in the moment. Airyen Vay will soon be a household name, and her start is here and now.
Written By Megan Cao
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